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Biology

1) What are the 6 key elements of life? : SPONCH
2) What is an organic molecule? : Molecules of life and are built around chains of carbon atoms
3) What are the differences between prokaryotes and eukaryotes? : Prokaryotes have a nucleiod, circular DNA and eukaryotes have nucleus organelles and linear DNA
4) What is an enzyme? : A substance produced by a living organism that acts as a catalyst
5) When a reaction is over what happens to an enzyme? :

Created on May 29, 2017
# of questions: 34

Psicología del desarrollo

1) Definición de psicología del desarrollo : Es una ciencia que estudia la mente, comportamiento y procesos mentales de un individuo a lo largo de la vida.

Created on May 29, 2017
# of questions: 1

Vocabulary

1) realize : understand
2) get : receive
3) The meaining of the word gain is achievement : True
4) Which of the following is the synonym of the word "gloomy" : happy

Created on May 29, 2017
# of questions: 4

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Created on May 29, 2017
# of questions: 1

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Created on May 28, 2017
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Computer Network Exam


Created on May 28, 2017
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biolo medicina

1) es un disolvente universal. . Como tal, disuelve bien sustancias iónicas y polares, como la sal común (cloruro sódico), no disuelve apreciablemente sustancias fuertemente apolares, como el azufre en la mayoría de sus formas, y es inmiscible con disolventes apolares, como el hexano. : hidrógeno
2) es un disolvente universal. . Como tal, disuelve bien sustancias iónicas y polares, como la sal común (cloruro sódico), no disuelve apreciablemente sustancias fuertemente apolares, como el azufre en la mayoría de sus formas, y es inmiscible con disolventes apolares, como el hexano. : hidrógeno
3) Es el único compuesto que puede estar en los tres estados (sólido, líquido y gaseoso) a las temperaturas que se dan en la Tierra : metano
4) Es el �nico compuesto que puede estar en los tres estados (s�lido, l�quido y gaseoso) a las temperaturas que se dan en la Tierra : metano
5) son funciones del agua la siguientes marca varias : Es un excelente disolvente, de sustancias tóxicas y compuesto bipolares. Incluso moléculas biológicas no solubles (p.e lípidos) forman con el agua, dispersiones coloidales.

Created on May 27, 2017
# of questions: 53

biología medicina

1) es un disolvente universal. . Como tal, disuelve bien sustancias iónicas y polares, como la sal común (cloruro sódico), no disuelve apreciablemente sustancias fuertemente apolares, como el azufre en la mayoría de sus formas, y es inmiscible con disolventes apolares, como el hexano. : gas mutano

Created on May 27, 2017
# of questions: 1

spanish adjetives

1) la bota : boot
2) los calcetines (el calcetín) : sock(s)
3) la camiseta : t-shirt
4) la camisa : shirt
5) la cartera : wallet

Created on May 26, 2017
# of questions: 60

Self Reviewer for Civil Engineer Exam Quiz
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1) The technique for establishing and maintaining priorities among the various jobs of a project, is known as : Critical Ratio Scheduling

Created on May 25, 2017
# of questions: 1

Self Reviewer for Civil Engineer Exam Quiz
This Quiz is created for personal use only.
1) The technique for establishing and maintaining priorities among the various jobs of a project, is known as : Critical Ratio Scheduling

Created on May 25, 2017
# of questions: 1

Transnational Corporations Lecture 4

1) Who is the host country government expected to introduce? : The host country government is expected to introduce legislation and establish the rule of law
2) What is the host country government expected to implement? : The host country government is expected to implement the laws and provide enforcing mechanisms (courts, police)
3) What is the host country expected to do? : The host country is expected to privatise state-owned assets and deregulate state-controlled industries
4) What is the host country government expected to adopt? : The host country government is expected to adopt stable economic policy measures including fiscal policy, inflation control, exchange rate stability etc.
5) What is the host country government expected to support? : The host country government is expected to support business conduct through favourable taxation, incentives, and the provision of adequate infrastructure

Created on May 25, 2017
# of questions: 65

Trasnational Corporations Lecture 3

1) What is regional integration? : Regional integration refers to the formation of groups of countries characterised by close proximity with the aim to foster closer economic, fiscal, monetary and social cooperation and to encourage cross-border movement, trade and communication
2) What are examples of regional integration? : Examples of regional integration include NAFTA, ASEAN, European Union and the Arab League
3) What does NAFTA do? : The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) reduces trade barriers between Canada, Mexico and the United States
4) What does ASEAN do? : The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) promotes Pan-Asianism, intergovernmental cooperation and facilitates economic and political integration among its members and Asian states
5) What are the principle aims of ASEAN? : The principle aims of ASEAN include accelerating economic growth, social progress and sociocultural evolution among its members, alongside the protection of regional stability

Created on May 25, 2017
# of questions: 59

Transnational Corporations Lecture 2

1) What were the trading blocs which had virtually no interaction among its members? : The divided East and West with the main poles being the US and the Soviet Union were trading blocs with virtually no interaction among its members
2) What would nations do to be elevated out of poverty following the collapse of the Soviet influence? : Following the collapse of the Soviet influence, nations would be elevated out of poverty and gradually catch up with the economies of the developed countries by adhering to international western economic system
3) What were the institutions introduced to promote developed at the nations' level? : At the nations' level, the institutions introduced to promote development were: - World Bank - International Monetary Fund - United Nations Development Programme - Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development - OPEC
4) What is the purpose of the World Bank? : The purpose of the World Bank include assisting the development of its member nation's territories, promoting and supplementing private foreign investment and promoting long-range balance growth in international trade
5) What is the purpose of the IMF? : The purpose of the IMF is to foster global monetary cooperation, secure financial stability, facilitate international trade, promote high unemployment and sustainable economic growth, and reduce poverty around the world

Created on May 24, 2017
# of questions: 50

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